GRMN3010 – German Language Level B1; or equivalent Level B1 of CEFR must be demonstrated.
OverviewEach extended essay will require a different programme of study, depending on the topic (chosen by the student in close consultation with the supervisor). Typically, the work will be divided into three periods: (1) gathering information and identifying the essay's exact focus, (2) writing up individual chapters and discussing these with a supervisor, and (3) putting the extended essay into its final form and observing the conventions necessary for this type of work.
This module appears in:
Total Contact Hours: 6
Private Study Hours: 144
Total Study Hours: 150
Available in both Autumn or Spring Term
Method of assessment
• Extended Essay (7,000 words) – 100%
Indicative Reading List
This will vary in accordance with the chosen topic.
On successfully completing the module students will be able to:
- Undertake extensive pieces of analytical and critical writing about German culture and literature;
- Carry out detailed analysis of a German author, cultural theme or works;
- Engage in close reading and critical evaluation of films, literary works or historical texts in German;
- Engage in independent research about German culture and literature.